Blog Update

Posted on 16th September '15

The Centre for Textile Conservation's blog is well worth following. Blog posts by the Centre's staff and students are varied and fascinating, among recent reports are:

Reports on the Centre's recent success in securing major grants for the Barkcloth and Tapestry research projects, and on other current research projects such as the highly successful ReCreate project and the Painted Textiles project.

Updates on the work of the MPhil Textile Conservation students:
Conservation of a seal gut parka
Challenges of conservation dyeing
Dissertation research in Shetland 
Fluorescent labelling of adhesives

As well as student successes:
CTC graduate shortlisted for Conservator of the Year 2015
CTC student awarded Certificate of Excellence

And reports on PhD students' research and success:
Julie Wertz Turkey Red
Jing Han  Dyeing in Ming and Qing China
Lucie Whitmore The intangible history of costume

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